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This is a graphic organizer about the characteristics of quadratic functions: line of symmetry, vertex, maximum / minimum value, and intercepts.
Front: Finding characteristics graphically and then algebraically from standard form.
Back: Finding characteristics graphically and then algebraically o

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The students will be given two sets of problems. The first set includes two different quadratic functions, the first is a graph the second is a table. The second set includes two different quadratic functions, the first is an equation written in standard form, the second is a table. Through compa

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My students needed a concise note form for quadratics. I use this for their interactive journals.
Includes parabolas, positive and negative a, axis of symmetry, vertex, y-intercept, minimum value, and maximum value with examples.

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Students will compare and contrast two quadratic functions in which the students will apply the definition of domain, range, y-intercept. The students will also write the intervals of increase/decrease. The back of the page has students use their higher level thinking skills to create graphs based o

Students will compare and contrast two quadratic functions in which the students will apply the definition of domain, range, y-intercept. The students will also write the intervals of increase/decrease. The back of the page has students use their higher level thinking skills to create graphs based

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This includes 3 different worksheets/notes. One is a set of notes on finding the domain and range, the second is a worksheet on finding the vertex, AOS, max/min, domain and range of 7 quadratics given the graph, and the last is a table. The table has 10 quadratic equations and the student has to f

This r squared creation PowerPoint teaches students how to find the zero and vertex of a quadratic function. The PowerPoint includes a warm-up, notes, class work, summary, and a ticket out the door. It is standards based and aligns to the Holt Algebra textbook. It presents information in such a way

One of the biggest complaints I hear from students is that they don't know how to take notes in math! I have organized Algebra lessons into fill-in style notes pages. I feel that many students would fill in a page like this whereas they would not necessarily take notes on a blank sheet of paper.

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Guided notes for Big Ideas Math Algebra 2 section 2.2. Layout formatted for left hand column to be filled with Costa's questions (AVID). Answer key included, but scanned in so it may appear very light.

Students are given an equation in vertex form. Students are expected to match the following:
* Graph
* Equation in standard form
* Vertex of the parabola
* Identify if vertex is the maximum or minimum
* Zeros of the equation
SUGGESTION: To print to fit in student's INB, print pages 2-3 at 85% of t

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This worksheet covers the basic rules of describing and identifying characteristics of Quadratic Functions. Given a graph students will be asked to identify:
- Vertex
-Axis of Symmetry
-Max or Min
- x and y intercepts

Notes you can color!

This is a handy assignment created for checking students understanding of the characteristics of quadratics: minimum, maximum, vertex, domain, range, interval of increase and decrease, dilation, reflections, and axis of symmetry. The students first need to sketch the parabola and then find the chara

Worksheet using 3 representations of Quadratic functions

Parabola Selfie: Students will analyze a parabola in the real world by demonstrating their knowledge and understanding of the following skills:
• Find a parabola in the real world and identify it’s dimensions
• Graph the parabola and determine the following characteristics of the function:
• Domain

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This Quadratics Flip Book foldable provides a summary of Standard Form, Intercept Form, and Vertex Form of Quadratic functions. Within the foldable are definitions, formulas, examples, and problems for students to complete along with 6 graphs for them to graph using each of the 3 forms. There is roo

Also included in: Algebra Quadratic Equations Activity Bundle

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This quadratic functions activity bundle is designed for an Algebra 1 course aligned to Common Core or an Algebra 2 course. These geometric discoveries and cooperative learning activities connect quadratic functions in vertex form to their graphs while prompting students to analyze the key features

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This Scavenger Hunt is part of : BUNDLE - Standard and Vertex form of Quadratic Functions
This activity will allow students to move around the room. There are 16 cards with 16 different problems assessing the understanding of Characteristics of the Standard Form of Qu

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This Quadratic Functions Card Sort Activity tests student knowledge on matching parabolic graphs with their respective equations and graph characteristics. The equations are in standard form, vertex form, and factored form. The graph characteristics include: vertex, range, intervals of increase/decr

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This tri-fold brochure breaks down the steps for graphing quadratic functions. Categories featured in this foldable include characteristics, finding the axis of symmetry, plotting the vertex, and plotting other points. Students can use this foldable when they are introduced to graphing quadratic fun

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In this product you have the first four sections of my Quadratic Function Unit.
Lesson 1: Identifying Quadratic Functions
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Lesson 2: Characteristics of Quadratic Functions
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Lesson 3: Graphing Quadratic Functions
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Quadratic Functions: Mini Guide Book
Mini Guide Books are great for Interactive Notebooks or as an addition to your mathematics classroom.
Includes:
Ready to print and assemble cover and tabbed pages
Directions on how to assemble
Two Versions to better assist you meet the needs of all your student

This activity allows students to practice the different characteristics of quadratic graphs. Students will be assessing their knowledge of the vertex, intercepts, discriminant, and factors for quadratic functions.
Materials included:
Scrabbled Quad Squares – 2 pages
Student Answer sheet - 2 pages

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Do your students need help working with and graphing quadratic equations in general form?
Look no further!
Students are presented with 8 quadratic functions and asked to identify a, b and c; determine if the parabola opens up or down; calculate the vertex, identify the axis of symmetry and maximum

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